Gildersleeve's Latin grammar
This ed. first published 1895
Publisher London : Macmillan
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Call number AJG-6774
Digitizing sponsor MSN
Book contributor Kelly - University of Toronto
Collection kellylibrary; toronto; university_of_toronto
Full catalog record MARCXML
Bibliography: p. [iii]-v
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June 22, 2012
Still going strong!
This is a very bright and instructive book even if it is written so many years back! A wonder of simplicity and explainations that really makes one understand latin grammar. A intellectual miracle when it cames to clarity!
Read and you will find - greetings from Mikael Therén
July 30, 2010
Oldie but one of the best
Thanks for making one of the most detailed and informative Latin grammars available. It's a treasury of knowledge for the enthusiasts of classics looking for morphological and syntactical information on Latin and a most valuable source of reference both learning the language and afterwards.
August 16, 2009
Latin Grammar introduced step by step
This handbook of Latin grammar is a wonderful work unveiling Latin step by step to anyone who wanted to venture into the land of the Classics.
August 15, 2009
Praise for Gildersleeves
I have been looking for this Latin Grammar for a long time.
This is the 3rd Edition.
It is excellent.
I cannot think of a better use of digitization than saving for posterity and making widely available on the Internet wiorks such as this. Thanks.